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All About Interfacing

In a word, interfacing is used for stabilizing. It’s an important part of many sewing projects, especially in garments. As the name interfacing (or interlining, as it’s sometimes called) implies, it usually goes between layers of fashion fabric, where it provides invisible support.

You’ll most often use it …

Finished: Italian Brocade Sheath Dress


I’m calling this my Anna Wintour dress, because it reminds me of the brightly patterned sheath dresses the Vogue editor favors. I like the classic and timeless appeal of this particular design. It looks like it might stay in style for a few years, right? I figure this dress …

My Dress-in-Progress Report


I’m making McCall’s 6460, a simple sheath dress with raglan short sleeves, out of the silk-blend matelassé I blogged about May 22. Here’s a quick recap of my sewing process so far:

  1. Since this pattern was new to me, I made a muslin
  2. Made minor adjustments to the muslin to accommodate my